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WISHING YOU A HAPPY, PEACEFUL, HEALTHY NEW YEAR!

TO ALL WHO HELPED MAKE 2015 A SUCCESSFUL YEAR - HAPPY NEW YEAR! The excitement of entering a New Year has all of us at Met One Instruments, Inc. looking towards providing new products for our present customers and distributors as well as working diligently to uphold our reputation for excellent, quality products and service. We wish you all a prosperous New Year and much gratitude for your business in 2015. 

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Met One Instruments, Inc. Headquarters in Grants Pass, Oregon, USA Happy Holidays to all from Met One Instruments, Inc.  Thank you to all who helped make 2015 another banner year and we are looking forward to 2016 and beyond.  Our team consistently produces new products to meet the demands of our global market.  Please count on us to meet your air monitoring requirements with dependable, rugged, easy to use instruments, and, if something goes amiss, we have the best service team in the industry. Wishing you a Happy New Year and PEACE! Tom and Jo Ann Pottberg and the 'Friendly crew at Met One Instruments'.

MOI IS AT THE AGU EXHIBITION - MOSCONE CENTER, SAN FRANCISCO, BOOTH 1011

The New Black Carbon Monitor 

China's Latest 'Airpocalypse' Seen from Space

by Elizabeth Newbern, Staff Writer   |   December 08, 2015 10:41am ET 74   14   11 Submit 5 Reddit A satellite image of the pollution haze covering northeastern China Credit: Jesse Allen/NASA Earth Observatory View full size image Severe air pollution is choking China with thick veils of smog, and yesterday (Dec. 7), Beijing issued a red alert — the highest possible — due to poor air quality in the Chinese capital city. Recent satellite images of the country show large hazy clouds covering portions of northeastern China that are so thick they can be seen from space. The images,

Using a HandHeld Indoor Monitor Outdoors Means Unreliable Results - 2242 ug for PM 2.5

 In a recent article in Weibo, the person monitored the outdoor air in Beijing and got a reading of 2242 ug for PM 2.5  which was posted in a blog.  The official monitors registered more than 1/2 lower reading for PM2.5 at the same time.  This is the prime example of why using a handheld monitor to measure ambient air will not offer reliable data.